G.O.L.D. (Graduates of the Last Decade)

The Graduates of the Last Decade (G.O.L.D.) program strives to help young alumni stay connected with their alma mater through a variety of programs and events that cater to the needs and desires of Stevens’ most recent alumni. Upon graduation, students are automatically enrolled in G.O.L.D. and begin receiving news and updates on the program.

In partnership with the Stevens Alumni Association and the Office of Development, G.O.L.D. aims to provide information on social, service and educational opportunities that are relevant to young alumni both personally and professionally. Members of G.O.L.D. also help create a stronger future for the University by giving back through the Stevens Fund, which then assists the majority of Stevens undergraduates with tuition costs and also helps build a greater University.

This year and next year, G.O.L.D. alumni are being offered a special matching incentive to give back to the University through the recently launched G.O.L.D. Rush campaign. Click here for more information.

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Ways to Stay Connected

  • Like the GOLD Facebook fan page
  • Email your ideas and comments to GOLD@stevens.edu
  • Call us at 201-216-3329

 

Featured Initiatives

Stevens Fund

The Stevens Fund is part of a long-standing tradition that invites alumni, parents, friends, faculty members and staff to actively invest in the future of Stevens Institute of Technology by contributing flexible funds for opportunities and initiatives that enrich the University.

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Congratulations to the 2013 Stevens Award Winners!

On April 6, Stevens celebrated the accomplishments of 13 remarkable individuals at the inaugural Stevens Awards Gala in midtown Manhattan.

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Scholarship

Providing financial aid through scholarships is a core commitment of Stevens. The ability to increase the financial aid packages that we offer to students and their families is due to the generosity of our alumni and friends who graciously fund endowed and fellowship scholarships every year.

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